Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ supports 45W charging

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ supports 45W charging, but you must purchase a separate charger.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ supports 45W charging, but you must purchase a separate charger. We are only a few weeks away from the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 official launch, but the rumours indicating the requirements of the model are still coming. The recent Note series flagship rumours have disclosed that the Note 10 + variant is going to support 45W quickly charging technology but the adopter is not going to come with an accessories box.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ supports 45W charging

Since we are certain that the Note 10 + new feature will put the upcoming smartphone in direct competition with the 40W SuperCharge feature from Huawei 30 Pro and the 50W SuperVOOC solution from Oppo, which takes only seven minutes to hit 50 percent charge.

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But the main drawback of this quick charging is that if you want to take benefit of this technology, you need to purchase a separate 45W charger. A reliable Ice Universe leaker has revealed in a Twitter post that Samsung will only provide Note 10 + with a 25W charger inside the box, an improvement over the 15W chargers that come with the Galaxy S10 smartphones. But it will be a significant disappointment for the fans not to have a 45W charger with this technology.

Galaxy Note10+ supports 45w wired charging and 20w wireless wireless charging. Samsung will release related chargers. However, the charging head provided in Samsung packaging box is 25w.

— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 12, 2019

The tweet also shows that if someone wished to use the 45W charging function, the South Korean tech giant will release compatible chargers. With regard to the regular Note 10 device, it won’t come with 45W fast charging support, which isn’t too surprising as the standard version also lacks the SD card slot that will be featured in Note 10 plus.

Also Read: Samsung insider teases the Galaxy Note 10+ blazing-fast charging speeds

We will receive confirmation of all these rumours when the systems at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn New York will be introduced on August 7.

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